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The study aimed to identify the sources of psychological anxiety among students of the course of Self-Defense Sports at the Faculty of Physical Education at Yarmouk University and the effect of sex variables and the level of scholastic year and the GPA. A stratified random sample of 117male and female students were chosen. The researcher used the descriptive survey method. They also used a questionnaire consisting of 34 paragraphs distributed in four areas (psychological stress, awe of performance, psychological frustration because of students monitoring, and fear of failure). Thus, the validity and reliability were confirmed.
The result of the study showed that the degree of anxiety among students of the course of self-defense sports at the Faculty of Physical Education at Yarmouk University was a "high degree" for all fields with an average score (3.74). The results showed that there were no statistically significant differences attributable to the effect of sex in all fields except for fear of failure. The differences were in favor of males and the absence of statistically significant differences attributable to the impact of the school year in all fields and the total degree, with the exception of the awe field of performance. The differences came in favor of the second academic year or less and the absence of statistically significant differences attributable to the effect of estimating the GPA in all fields and in the overall degree.
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